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Welcome to this week's newsletter
Scientists Beg Caution as Sunny Season Begins
We have 5 new features this week:
Keeping the Threat of Drug Resistant Cattle Nematodes at Bay
Anthelmintic management has so far kept the threat of cattle nematodes under control, but without advanced methods of prevention, growing resistance could open the box to a new set of problems, writes Adam Anson, TheCattleSite.
Support for On-farm Renewable Energy Schemes
The US has set some tough targets for renewable fuels and energy over the coming years, writes TheCattleSite senior editor, Chris Harris.
Early Weaning Beef Calves
Weaning is a major event in cow-calf management. Beef cattle producers have a variety of options when it comes to deciding when to wean their calves, say Dr. Jane A. Parish, Dr. Justin D. Rhinehart and Dr. Holly T. Boland in this Mississippi University Extension publication.
Aeration -- a process by which soil is mechanically disturbed -- is commonly used to renovate established pastures with the objective of increasing forage production, writes Joao Vendramini and Maria Silveira, University of Florida IFAS Extension.
How Profitable are Silage Inoculants?
Silage is the product of the fermentation of different crops caused mainly by lactic acid bacteria (LAB) based on the acidification of the material under anaerobic conditions, writes costa AragÃ³n, Y. PhD, Technical manager, BIOMIN Holding GmbH.
Inspiring International Innovations at VIV Europe 2010
NETHERLANDS - VIV Europe 2010 will be packed with inspiring international innovations for future farming, says the show organiser.
» BSE NEWS: Taiwan Campaign Against US Beef
» FMD NEWS: Request to Reconsider Location of US Lab
» M-COOL Negotiations Yield Little Progress
» Positive Signs on the Multilateral Free Trade Front
» Beef CRC Completes Third Year Review
» Weekly Australian Cattle Summary
» Most Australia Live Exports Arrive Healthy
» Report Published on Meat, Fish Retailing in Australia
» Cutting-edge Meat Quality Prediction in Scotland
» UK AG Meteorologist Warns of Livestock Heat Stress Threat
» FSA Backtrack on Meat Hygiene Charges
» New Compound Has Potential for Mycotoxin Control
» Survey Shows Lack of Food Safety Confidence
» New Raw Beef E.Coli Test Receives US Approval
» High Risk: JBS Recalls Beef Over E.Coli Fears
» Report Evaluates Intelligent Use of Manure
» Weekly US Cattle Outlook: Feed Number Down
» Heat and Humidity Killing Cattle
» Farming Groups Welcome Clean Energy Bill
» ARS Sheds Light on Fescue Toxicosis
» Livestock Transport Standards Being Developed
» Farmers Stand Against Huge Feedlot Operation
» Camelina Meal Has Potential as Feed
» Weekly Outlook: Corn Acreage Jumps, Large Stocks
» Weekly Roberts Report
» Milk and Meat Tainted by Sun Light
» Ecuador Confirms 48 cases of FMD
» New Zealand Beef Steady in Korean Market
» DPP Calls for Campaign Against US Beef Imports
» Iowa, Nebraska Producers Team Up for Trade Mission
» OIE/FAO Global FMD Conference Seeks Global Control
» EU Evaluates Livestock and GHG Emissions
» EU Collaborate on Modern Farming Project
» Irish Concerns Raised for Fodder Deficit
» Iranians Invest in New Ag Complex in Russia
That's all for this week!